Credit and non-credit options now available for online course on COVID-19 contact tracing

The West Virginia University School of Public Health and the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources Bureau for Public Health are partnering on an initiative to recruit participants for a newly developed online course,…

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Pediatric specialists donate $100K to WVU Medicine Children’s Hospital
Drs. D. Raymond and Deborah Knapp, of Longwood, Florida, wanted to give back to their home state and the school that prepared them for rewarding careers in pediatrics.

Pediatric specialists donate $100K to WVU Medicine Children’s Hospital

Two pediatric specialists who graduated from the West Virginia University School of Medicine are paying tribute to their alma mater and more with a $100,000 gift to the new WVU Medicine Children’s Hospital. Drs. D.…

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Lyons Announces Budgetary Actions

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – To help mitigate the financial effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, West Virginia University Director of Athletics and Associate Vice President Shane Lyons has announced athletic staff salary reductions for…

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Special day of giving brings in $500K to help WVU students hurt by COVID-19
The WVU Foundation organized the local 24-hour online fundraising event as part of an effort sponsored by GivingTuesday, a global generosity movement. Hundreds of charities and nonprofits took part around the world. (WVU Graphic)

Special day of giving brings in $500K to help WVU students hurt by COVID-19

The WVU Foundation organized the local 24-hour online fundraising event as part of an effort sponsored by GivingTuesday, a global generosity movement. Hundreds of charities and nonprofits took part around the world.  “We…

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Aromatherapy may reduce nurses’ stress, WVU researcher suggests
Aromatherapy may alleviate on-the-job stress in nurses, suggests a new study led by Marian Reven, a doctoral student in the WVU School of Nursing and a registered nurse with WVU Medicine. (WVU Photo/Jennifer Shephard)

Aromatherapy may reduce nurses’ stress, WVU researcher suggests

Even under normal circumstances, nursing can be a stressful profession. The COVID-19 pandemic only exacerbates it.  New research led by Marian Reven, a Ph.D. student in the West Virginia University School of…

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West Virginia University, divisional campuses, plans to open for fall, holds line on tuition, fees for ’20-’21 year
Woodburn Hall is partially seen next to Martin Hall on the Woodburn Circle on the downtown campus on Sunday April 19, 2020 during the Coronavirus outbreak. WVU Photo/Jennifer Shephard

West Virginia University, divisional campuses, plans to open for fall, holds line on tuition, fees for ’20-’21 year

(Editor's note: A letter from President Gee to the Mountaineer Community is also be available presidentgee.wvu.edu.) Envisioning a return of students to its three campuses in the fall, the West Virginia University Board…

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WVU business experts partner with the National Guard to forecast PPE needs
Brad Price, assistant professor of management information systems at WVU, has helped develop a PPE forecast with his team at Data Driven WV in the Chambers College. WVU Photo

WVU business experts partner with the National Guard to forecast PPE needs

When COVID-19 started depleting stockpiles of medical gear in hotspots like New York and New Jersey, the West Virginia National Guard took notice – and reached out to experts at…

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WVU announces additional emergency financial assistance for students for spring, waives Online Learning Student Support fee for summer
The normally busy Grumbein Island is seen with only planters full of blooming tulips Thursday, April 2, 2020 during the Coronavirus outbreak. WVU Photo/Jennifer Shephard

WVU announces additional emergency financial assistance for students for spring, waives Online Learning Student Support fee for summer

 West Virginia University is expected to receive $20.2 million from the federal stimulus package enacted to provide significant relief to higher education. Funds from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security…

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Food systems engineer named new dean of WVU’s Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design
Darrell Donahue’s appointment as the dean of the WVU Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design was announced Thursday, April 9. Submitted Photo

Food systems engineer named new dean of WVU’s Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design

A leader and expert in process operations, risk assessment and food safety has been selected as the next dean of the West Virginia University Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources…

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